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780 Classified overclocking

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Just got my 780 Classified, and am slightly confused by precision X. I'm new to overclocking GPUs, and pretty much everything I have read says to start with maxing out the power/temp slider in PX. However, my card seems to ignore the sliders when I set them higher. It just sits at 75-80% power and 65C with 1123 core and 1.161 voltage. I can add offset which does raise to the clock, but not the full amount I add.(1123+90=1201?) Am I doing something wrong here? I am on the default bios.
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Have you confirmed your core clock speeds under gpu during load?

Raising the voltage or power/temp slider does practically nothing in helping me overclock my 780 +50 core +150 mem is the furthest I can get for stability.

I kept default voltages for that reason. 1163/1625 is all my card will do.

Its crappy in that it almost seems like vendors give reviewer's the good chips. Alot of the time you'll see they bump the core +150/mem +300.
Edited by Aviduser - 3/18/14 at 7:05pm
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